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World Civilizations

Page history last edited by Angela Cunningham 11 years, 2 months ago
 

Program of Studies

Big Idea | Academic Expectations | Enduring Knowledge - Understandings | Skills and Concepts | Curriculum Frameworks

 

 

BCHS Documents

Enduring Understandings & Essential Questions | Content Tracking Form | Common Assessment | Word Bank | PLC Work

 


Core Content for Assessment

 

Multiple Choice

ORQs

Activities

Resources

The Factual & Interpretative Nature of History

       

SS-HS-5.1.1 - Continue

Students will use a variety of tools (e.g., primary and secondary sources, data, artifacts) to analyze perceptions and perspectives (e.g., gender, race, region, ethnic group, nationality, age, economic status, religion, politics, geographic factors) of people and historical events in the modern world (1500 A.D. to present) and United States History (Reconstruction to present).

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SS-HS-5.1.2 - Continue

Students will analyze how history is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause and effect relationships, tying past to present.

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The History of the World

       

SS-HS-5.3.1 - Master

Students will explain how humans began to rediscover the ideas of the Classical Age (e.g., humanism, developments in art and architecture, literature, political theories) and to question their place in the universe during the Renaissance and Reformation.

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SS-HS-5.3.2 - Master

Students will explain and give examples of how new ideas and technologies led to an Age of Exploration by Europeans that brought great wealth to the absolute monarchies and caused significant political, economic and social changes (disease, religious ideas, technologies, new plants/animals, forms of government) to the other regions of the world.

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SS-HS-5.3.3 - Master

Students will analyze how an Age of Revolution brought about changes in science, thought, government and industry (e.g., Newtonian physics, free trade principles, rise of democratic principles, development of the modern state) that shaped the modern world, and evaluate the long range impact of these changes on the modern world.  

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SS-HS-5.3.4 - Master

Students will analyze how nationalism, militarism and imperialism led to world conflicts and the rise of totalitarian governments (e.g., European imperialism in Africa, World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, Nazism, World War II).  

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SS-HS-5.3.5 - Master

Students will explain the rise of both the United States and the Soviet Union to superpower status following World War II, the subsequent development of the Cold War, and the formation of new nations in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and evaluate the impact of these events on the global community.

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SS-HS-5.3.6 - Master

Students will explain how the second half of the 20th century was characterized by rapid social, political and economic changes that created new challenges (e.g., population growth, diminishing natural resources, environmental concerns, human rights issues, technological and scientific advances, shifting political alliances, globalization of the economy) in countries around the world, and give examples of how countries have addressed these challenges.

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Formation of Governments        

SS-HS-1.1.1 - Reinforce

Students will compare and contrast (purposes, sources of power) various forms of government in the world (e.g., monarchy, democracy, republic, dictatorship) and evaluate how effective they have been in establishing order, providing security and accomlishing common goals.

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SS-HS-1.1.2 - Reinforce

Students will explain and give examples of how democratic governments preserve and protect the rights and liberties of their constituents through different sources (e.g., U.N. Charter, Declaration of the Rights of Man, U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, U.S. Constitution).

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Elements of Culture        

SS-HS-2.1.1 - Master

Students will explain how belief systems, knowledge, technology and bahvior patterns define cultures and help to explain historical perspectives an events in the modern world (1500 AD to present) and United States (Reconstruction to present).

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Interactions Among Groups & Individuals        

SS-HS-2.3.1 - Master

Students will explain the reasons why conflict and competition (e.g., violence, difference of opinion, stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, genocide) may develop as cultures emerge in the modern world (1500 AD to present) and the United States (Reconstruction to present).

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SS-HS-2.3.2 - Master

Students will explain and give examples of how compromise and cooperation are characteristics that influence interaction (e.g., peace studies, treaties, conflict resolution) in the modern world (1500 AD to present) and the Unite States (Reconstruction to present).

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Scarcity        

SS-HS-3.1.1 - Continue

Students will give examples and explain how scarcity of resources necessitates choices at both the personal and societal levels in the modern world (1500 AD to present) and the United States (Reconstruction to present) and explain the impact of those choices.

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Economic Systems & Institutions        

SS-HS-3.2.1 - Master

Students will compare and contrast economic systems (traditional, command, market, mixed) based on their abilities to achieve broad social goals such as freedom, efficiency, equity, security, and growth in the modern world.

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Production, Distribution, & Consumption        

SS-HS-3.4.1 - Introduce

Students will analyze the changing relationships among business, labor, and government (e.g., unions, anti-trust laws, tarriff policy, price controls, subsidies, tax incentives) and how each has affected production, distribution, and consumption in the United States or the world.

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SS-HS-3.4.2 - Master

Students will describe and give examples of how factors such as technological chage, investments in capital goods and human capital/resources have increased productivity in the world.

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SS-HS-3.4.3 - Continue

Students will explain and give examples of how interdependence of personal, national and international economic activities often results in international issues and concerns (e.g., natural resource dependencies, economic sanctions, environmental and humanitarian issues) in the modern world (1500 AD to present) and the United States (Reconstruction to present).

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Use of Geographic Tools        

SS-HS-4.1.1 - Master

Students will use a variety of geographic tools (e.g., maps, globes, photographs, models, satellite images, charts, graphs, databases) to explain and analyze the reasons for the distribution of physical and human features on Earth's surface.

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Patterns        

HS-SS-4.3.1 - Master

Students will describe the movement and settlement patterns of people in various places and analyze the causes of that movement and settlement (e.g., push factors such as famines or military conflicts; pull factors such as climate or economic opportunity) and the impacts in the modern world (1500 A.D. to present) and United States (Reconstruction to present).

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